Project Packager - plugin detail
Project sharing packaging utility.
||Sun Microsystems, Inc. Binary Code License
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Download size: 0.40 MB
Last Update: 2008-08-25
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Provides packaging of projects into ZIP archives and sending these ZIPs by e-mail. Import back into the IDE is supported as well.
Concerning the "zip-project:
Warning: skipping zip archive /Users/earlyjp/Desktop/hw1.q2_080224-092554.zip because no files were included."
After an opening of a cmd I saw a empty space before the project name.(invisible with the windows of netbeans)
So I've removed it(rename the project)and :-)
Posted by EricV on Apr 17, 2012
I think I've figured out my problem...
It appears that any punctuation marks or spaces in the project name cause the export to fail. My students use this to submit their work, and we discovered that we could get the export to work properly by renaming the project (without the errant characters). If you do rename, name sure to check the box indicating that the underlying directory should also be changed. So far, we haven't encountered a case we couldn't fix in this manner. Thanks again, for a *very* useful plugin!
The name is really awfull, this not package nothing, it zip the project.
The name have to be something like Project Zipper, Project Mailler...
Posted by onolox on Apr 22, 2008
Same issue as below
It doesn't export My Project as a ZIP. It gives the error:
Warning: skipping zip archive C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\Qwerty.zip because no files were included.
BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 0 seconds)
It also gives the dialog:
ZIP(s) created successfully.
Useful indeed, but...
When trying to export some projects, I get warnings of this form:
Warning: skipping zip archive /Users/earlyjp/Desktop/hw1.q2_080224-092554.zip because no files were included.
The pop-up window reports that the zip files(s) were created successfully, but in fact they are not. Can't seem to determine what causes some projects to fail while others complete successfully. I've seen this in Netbeans 5.5 and 6.01 running on Solaris 10 and MacOS 10.4. Ideas?
I like this useful plugin very much. I use it to copy project sources to my notebook for some experiments. It is even possible to archive a project state, if i do not want to checkin. Very nice that the archive file name gets a time stamp.
The only thing that could be enhanced is the dialog size (longer pathes would be visible then without scrolling). Settings for default directory pathes would be nice too.
Posted by rbuss on Nov 25, 2007